Matthew chapters 5,6,7. Before we begin our series on the book of James it’s helpful to see the truth of Jesus’ teaching in the Sermon on the Mount. It is the teaching we find here that is so closely paralleled throughout the letter written by James.
Romans 1-3. The Gospel is not just our free pass to escape hell and go to amusement-park heaven; it is the power behind every moment of our lives. The believer who mediates in this will live out the gospel!
Hebrews 2:1-4. The writer of the book of Hebrews gives us a word of advice and warning. To pay closer attention to the message of the gospel so that we do not drift away in our faith
Galatians 5:7-12. Christians are offensive for all the wrong reasons. However, at some point, we will never be able to make Christianity cool enough for some. Let the cross be the stumbling block, and not us.
Galatians 4:21-31. In one of the more difficult passages of the New Testament, the Apostle Paul using a legal argument to show that anyone who adds to the free gospel of grace is a son or daughter of Hagar and not Sarah.
Acts 6:1-7. What was the early church’s response when internal needs of the church collided with the external need of preaching the gospel? They empowered qualified leaders.
Galatians 4:8-20. Last week we saw how the gospel moves us from slavery to sonship. This week, Paul shows the Galatians how a son or daughter of God responds to this reality.
Galatians 3:10-14. The modern day thought concerning a ‘curse’ is usually relegated to witchcraft, sorcery, or dungeons and dragons players. However, there is a divine and righteous curse from God that Jesus bore for us on the cross.
Galatians 3:1-5. The Galatians fell into theological error and we are capable of making the same mistake. Theological error happens as a combination of two things: human error and demonic maliciousness.
Matthew 6:12. The heart of the gospel is forgiveness. Since Jesus forgave us we are now free to forgive others.